Uploaded 12th Dec 2008 at 2:50 AM · Updated 31st Mar 2009 at 2:00 AM by bubbajoe62 : Ticked all EPs installed and added a note on content.
Initially an exercise in size vs. function, I then added an entertainment pavilion
in back which can be removed without harming the architectural integrity.
Makes a nice companion piece to my Hawk's Nest Lodge when used as a vacation home in Three Lakes but I played it in my regular neighborhood. Not only was my first set of twins born here but the backyard was used as a home business, the basis of the vast Hawkins family fortune.
Expensive for its size due to several costly pieces of decor.
This was built before I installed FT/AL/IKEA and does not contain any content from those packs but I repackaged it afterwards due to a minor door fix.
Lot Size: 2x3
Lot Price: $91,724
Title: Kestrel Meadows
|Open for Business|
|Kitchen & Bath|
Size: 555.5 KB · Downloads: 181 · 12th Dec 2008
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Key: - File was updated after upload was posted
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2. Extract the zip, rar, or 7z file.
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My lots are built to be played in cut-away view.
While building my lots, I aim for a clean, crisp appearance while maintaining visual interest and good sight lines.
No filters, no photo actions. What you see is what you get.
I can do Maxis-match but I usually prefer to recreate something in real life.
Which is weird because I generally avoid English and RL images in Sim clothing and decor.
I had a lot more verbiage describing my philosophy of Sim-architecture and ended up sounding absolutely insufferable so to paraphrase Coco Chanel:
before leaving the house, a lady should look at the accessories and remove one mirror.
No restrictions on TOU. If you claim my stuff as your own or try to monetize it, you have bigger problems than I do.